Works great. If you download the PC driver you can configure the reader for just about any format HID card there is. Once that is done, the reader will act like a generic keyboard when plugged into the USB port of a PC. I used it on several Windows computers and it worked perfectly on all of them.
It's immediately recognized as a keyboard when you plug it in, and as long as you have a program open that accepts keyboard inputs (like notepad or word), when you present a card or key fob to the reader it sends a text string to the PC consisting of the facility code and card number. Perfect!
Using a small USB adapter I can even plug this into my smart phone and use it to read HID credentials without a PC.
The only trouble I had was when a friend tried to use it on their Apple computer. Even though it was recognized as a keyboard, the Apple was not satisfied and wants to determine exactly what kind of keyboard it is. I guess it's not satisfied with a "generic" keyboard identification, so it forces you to type a specific key sequence on the keyboard, which of course can't be done, so it never works. Way to go Apple.
|商品尺寸||1.52 x 5.08 x 8.57 cm; 204 克|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||不是|